Some Group 2/3 car seats convert to a Group 3 seat, which is a backless booster seat, also known as a booster seat. You can also buy Group 3 booster seats separately.
Booster seats raise the child's body to a height suitable for use with the adult seatbelt.¬† A booster cushion satisfies the legal requirement for children up to 1.35 metres (approximately 4ft 6in) but are often not recommended for younger children. That's because booster seats do not have a full-length back and 'wings', which provide extra protection for the head and chest in a side-impact crash.
From 1 March 2017 the rules for using booster seats have changed.¬†
Any newly approved backless booster seat on sale will be limited for use only with children taller than 125cm and weighing more than 22kg. ¬† However, other backless booster seats on sale approved for use for children of between 15kg and 36kg.¬† Both seats are legal to use as long as you are following what it says on the label.
If you already own a backless booster seat you can still use it, as long as you're following the age/height on the label.
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